We designed a series of installations through the landscape as part of Aldeburgh Festival in Thorpeness. The whole village became part of the show, with staged performances of Britten’s music within Ogilvie Hall and the Country Club. As the audience walked around the village actors merged with passers-by and concealed platforms allowed performers to stand on the surface of the water. The performances celebrated one hundred years of the village, and were inspired by the ‘House in the Clouds’ – a local surburban house raised in the air disguising a water tower.
photography: Tom Merrell